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more of a contrast. youthful paul ryan, self-described numbers whiz, versus the veteran, joe biden, a washington insider with a reputation for unpredictability. we have fox chief coverage. carl cameron inside the spin room with a campaign update. we begin with chief white house correspondent ed henry outside the hall. with a look at what each man needs to accomplish tonight. good evening. >> good evening, bret. a lot of pressure on the vice president to come up big tonight after the first debate to stop what republicans are calling mittmentum. a win tonight bypaul ryan coulda camp to panic mode. he is pumping up expectations for the sparring partner. the 42-year-old congressman did not blink when asked to name vice president biden's biggest weakness. >> barack obama's record. >> reporter: the 69-year-old vice president biggest channel is to defend that record more aggressively than president obama did. the president picked up the phone aboard air force one today to wish his veep luck on the way to campaign event many miami, where democratic senator nelson had a blunt prediction. >>
, and in washington. democratic strategist joe trippi. okay, gentlemen, look at the map. you can see tin know on the key. red states, romney. blue, obama. then the pinkish, those are lean romney states. light blue, lean obama. yellow states are tossup states within the margin of error. this is based on polls within the last 30 days. okay, karl. what has changed since last time we talked last week? >> well, we had 44 polls last week. 22 states. there were three changes in status. two benefiting president obama. new hampshire went from tossup to lean obama. new mexico went from lean obama to obama. one change in status benefiting romney. went from lean obama to tossup. romney gained in colorado, ohio, virginia, and wisconsin, all battleground states. but no change in the status in those. missouri and nevada became stronger for obama. no change in status for those. >> bret: of that, joe. what do you see as important? >> all the states move to romney even though they haven't changed status matter. but ohio is the real interesting thing, because when you look at it, both karl and i threw out a mar
requests of g.o.p. to only dop for democrats and 21 for independents. running mate paul ryan and joe biden off the trail getting ready for the big debate. kid rock leapt "born free" to romney for the rally theme headlined last night in michigan and considering a vice presidential debate keg party. >> i'm proud to say that we have elected our first black president. i'm sorry he didn't do a better job. i really, i really wish he would have. i do. the facts are the facts. >> with the election four weeks from tonight, little doubt that grassroots organization could turn the election in states like ohio where the battle is so tight. to that end, the obama campaign boasted today having opened the 120th campaign office. romney said they contacted by knocking on door osar making phone calls 4 million people here, one of third of the population. bret? >> bret: carl cameron traveling with romney. thank you. now to president obama and what he is doing to put a turn quit on the poll numbers. chief white house correspondent ed henry reports the president says no more mr. nice guy. >> after days of batt
there in this debate. >> i think that was the great opening, great failure of joe biden in this debate. not only did he not improve what was a tenuous and tough contradictory story of the administration on what they knew about what happened in benghazi and when they knew it, he made it much worse. he is now accomplished other minor things in the debate, i suspect by the end of this weekend, main take-away from the debate could well be that benghazi was worse than we thought in terms of the incompetence of the administration and deception by the administration after the murder of the ambassador and the other americans. >> it seems like it's permeated the national consciousness. "new york times" saying it should have been on a-1. a lot of people talking about it. it seem like it's gotten the point of wait a second, what is the deal here? >> this is finally getting people's attention. last night, biden saying something that was obviously not true. anybody who is paying attention, he could i guess, depend what the meaning of "we" is because he is saying we didn't know. to me it seems he was saying we, the
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